AIA Continuing Education

HomePageSmPicBrian3We provide a wide range of AIA Continuing Education courses for architects, and we are also available for training and instruction for building owners, preservation groups and conferences.

Architectural Sheet Metal and Historic Metals

– Traditional Architectural Sheet Metal
– Designing with Architectural Sheet Metal
– Designing Effective Flashing and Gutter Assemblies in Copper
– Historic Metals: Restoration and Repair

Historic Masonry

– Historic Masonry Assemblies and Restoration: Brick, Limestone, Sandstone and Granite
– Avoiding Pointless Repointing: Understanding Historic Mortar

Slate and Tile Roofs

– Designing and Specifying Slate and Tile Roofs to Last a Century
– The Earth Over Your Head: How to Maintain Slate and Clay Tile Roofs

Historic Houses and Districts

– Historic Building Assessment: How and Why
– Old House Myths and Musts
– Old House Basics: What Every Historic District Commissioner Needs to Know

Material and Cultural History

– Historic Farmhouse Trends in the Heartland of Michigan
– Historic Building Materials from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula: Wood, Copper, Sandstone